DHS Proposal in 2011 could have prevented San Bernadino attack

MSNBC has learned of a memo from 2011 that outlined a Department of Homeland Security proposal to allow the vetting of content on social media to prevent the possibility of terror attacks from hitting within the United States. To the surprised of the host and panel it was not enacted by the Obama administration for “privacy” issues. This one task could have prevented numerous attacks including the recent San Bernadino attacks that left 14 people dead. Not once after the attacks was this proposal brought up but President Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders made sure to push the gun control agenda. Read the memo here courtesy of MSNBC. Watch the clip from Morning Joe below courtesy of YouTube and GOP War Room.

This information on the Obama administration rejecting this proposal is concerning in the fact there is and has been a true lack of protection against such attacks because of the restrictions placed on DHS and the FBI. We can not tolerate such limitations to ensure our safety by the administration.

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